Nathan Fairbairn



Die!Die!Die! #1 cover by Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn

Die!Die!Die! #1 [Late] Review: Smug Characters and a Confused Narrative

A man is chased down after leaving a dog race. The men chasing him are assassins, but the man is also a highly trained operative. He kills most of the assassins with ease, but he recognizes one, who takes the man down and relieves him of his nose. We are then given a rundown of […]

Terrifics #5 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Wil Quintana

Terrifics #5 Review: Death by Metamorphos

The Terrifics have returned to Earth and trying to get their lives somewhat in order. Metamorpho has a serious talk with Sapphire, Plastic Man calls Angel, and Phantom Girl tries to get to know Mister Terrific. This leaves all four feeling low, and it only worsens when the citizens of a town in Michigan begin […]

Terrifics #4 cover by Doc Shaner

Terrifics #4 Review: Embracing the Strange and the Genuine

The Terrifics have left Earth on a T-Sphere to travel to Phantom Girl’s homeworld of Bgztl. On the way there, a bandit ship is able scoop up the flying T-Sphere, and the Terrifics find themselves assailed by giant squids, a bandit crew, and trash chutes. Can they make it out and to Bgztl? Terrifics embraces […]

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool’s Killing Spree Continues in Despicable Deadpool #295

Oh, you haven’t had enough Deadpool yet? Okay then… Welcome, dear readers, to Deadpool: Bla… er, er mean,  X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” Things have changed in the X-Men comics (and superhero comics […]

X-Men: Bland Design – The Countdown to a Relaunch Continues in Despicable Deadpool #294

Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” This week there are five X-Books on the stands, which will cost you a total of $20 to buy and, thanks to modern decompression techniques, take roughly ten minutes to […]

Batman no justice

Is ‘No Justice’ A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018?

Last Wednesday saw the release of Dark Nights: Metal tie in one shot, Batman Lost, written by Scott Snyder, James Tyion IV, and Joshua Williamson, with art handled by Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette, Jorge Jimenez, Jaime Mendoza, Wil Quintana, Nathan Fairbairn, and Alejandro Sanchez. But one of the most important creators to keep an eye […]

2017 Joe Shuster Awards Honor Canadian Comics Creativity

The Canadian Comic Book Creator Awards Association have made their selections for the 2017 Joe Shuster Awards, with Awards Director Kevin A. Boyd announcing the winners on Friday. First established is 2004, the awards serve to recognize the works of Canadians home or abroad for their outstanding achievements in the creation of comic books, graphic novels, and […]

The Bleed Episode 12: Reading Blacksad: Amarillo With Colorist Nathan Fairbairn

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors Joseph Schmidt and Sam Morse. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, the latest comics, creator interviews and the pick of the week. This week we are welcomed by prolific colorist Nathan Fairbairn who has worked on Seconds, the Scott Pilgrim re-releases, and […]